• E-commerce

Using a website or an app as a sales channel is subject to special statutory obligations. There are a large number of obligations to disclose information on your identity, for instance, as well as on the products and/or services you offer. With respect to online transactions, there are far-reaching obligations concerning the structure of the order procedure, the formation of contracts and consumer rights after these contracts are concluded.

Legal assistance concerning e-commerce

Ploum’s IT team can help you evaluate websites and apps. We have a great deal of experience in this respect, and we go further than merely complying with the law. When installing the website or app, we can ensure that the general delivery conditions and/or conditions for use are declared legally applicable and made available. We will also check whether you can exclude the statutory cancellation right (right of withdrawal), and whether you are processing client data in accordance with current privacy legislation and regulations.

Would you like to find out more?

Please contact one of our IT lawyers at Ploum if you have any questions on matters such as legislation relating to e-commerce and evaluation of your website and/or app, and the relevant conditions.